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is out there often and you can see swing dancing in the plaza. i want to introduce to you theresa but also with theresa is a very special person. i want to introduce chef kevin so chef kevin has been incredible in helping the youth to understand the value of running a restaurant and has been working with them, and showing them how to cook basically, and i just saw chef kevin at another wonderful event, our california youth connections who work with our foster youth and donating his time and incredible jump laila and behind me i would like to introduce tammy, dominique, erin, deserie, chris, chef kevin and the leader of the pack theresa. plawz welcome old school cafe. [applause] and the mayor has presented them with a proclamation and they had time with him in his office and it was an honor to seeing the incredible youth doing what they do. they run the restaurant from the front to the back of the restaurant and i encourage all of you to come and have an incredible experience with the youth. not only will they serve you efficiently and amazingly and the food is topnotch and the
jail time she needed to offer a legal alternative. in 2003 theresa was unfortunately laid off by the school district but this was one of the time its was a blessing in disguise. she managed the head start family services program and in 2004 she had the idea of launching a restaurant entirely staffed by our youth . the goal was to provide job skills and provide and responsibilities among the young workers who range from 16 to 22. theresa had no experience i think it's safe to say in the restaurant business and she cashed out most of the retirement fund and opened school school cafe in 2005 and operated it out of her home. now 21 staff members serve up 75 southern style dishes
superstar jenni rivera. garr garr tells us she -- theresa garcia tells us she was on her way to mexico to spend time with family and friends. >> it is so sad we have to go through that, but this is life. >> reporter: jenni rivera died when the learjet she was on crashed in northern mexico early sunday morning. the 43-year-old had just wrapped up a concert in monterey and was headed to the mexico city area. everywhere on board died, including her publicist, lawyer and make up artist. she sold 15 million records and in october won artist of the year at the billboard mexican music awards. >> she is the celina, the elvis presley. she will be in history for many, many years. >> reporter: media crews from the u.s. and latin america are here in lakewood lining the streets in front of her family's home. she was born in california and industry experts say the singer was on the verge of becoming a big name here in the states. >> she had just signed deal to do a comedy with abc, so, she was really poised for mainstream success. >> reporter: family friends say she never let fame go to her hea
vwdealer.com today. >>> this story makes me really happy, really happy. for six days, theresa nash had no idea where her two sons were, ben and henry cleary on a trip with their father in tennessee. they were supposed to return december 24th. but they never came back. earlier tonight, their mother made a desperate plea on our show. >> children, please call mommy. you know my phone number. i've taught you how to do it. if daddy doesn't have a phone, ask anybody you see, everybody you see has a phone. you can ask anybody. remember my number and call mommy's number. you can ask people at stores. you can ask people at the gas station. you can ask people anywhere you see. you need to call mommy. they will help you. anybody will help you. call mommy. >> just minutes after that interview tonight, the boys called their mother. told her they were safe and that they were in austin, texas. police there tell cnn that someone at a hotel recognized the boys from the amber alert on our program. and contacted police. here's austin police just moments ago. >> the law enforcement community nationwide, w
the time. >> reporter: and time has never been more precious for theresa curtis. which is why she and her family are going on an all expense paid vacation. you call it a time out from cancer? >> a time out from cancer because that's exactly what it is. >> beautiful here. >> reporter: a journey to remember ahead on "sunday morning." >> osgood: bradley cooper is an actor with a number of successful films to his credit and to hear some industry observers tell it a possible academy award nomination in his future. er is ree that altschul catches up with him in his own hometown. >> it's a night you'll never forget. >> reporter: "the hangover" made bradley cooper one of hollywood's biggest stars. now his role in the new film "silver linings play book" has critics talking about an oscar. >> you look nice. >> reporter: not that anyone from philly is surprised. >> i just saw your movie. it was great. >> did you like it? >> i loved it. >> oh, good. >> reporter: what does it do for you coming here? >> tranquility. >> reporter: going whom bradley cooper, ahead on "sunday morning." >> osgood: most of u
as well as we are, because him and jerry were like brothers. >> theresa, jerry was the oldest of 20 grandchildren. very much, i understand, a role model for the family. devastating for you, too. describe to me your reaction to what happened. >> well, stacey called me saturday morning after she had received the call from the police stating that jerry was in a bad car accident and that he had passed away. so i told her everything is okay because he's in god's hands. don't worry about him because he's all right. then i hung up and called the rest of my family members let them know that jerry was in a very bad car accident and he had passed away. and yes, my feelings, my heart, every part of me aches because i knew the legacy he was leaving for the rest of his cousins, because they were so proud of him that all of them are playing football. not only did he work hard to become a football player, that was his dream since he was a little boy. that meant more to him than anything in the world. that's why i praise god and thank him that he let my baby, which was a beautiful person, loving an
alka-seltzer on facebook. >>> this story makes me really happy, really happy. for six days, theresa nash had no idea where her two sons were, ben and henry cleary on a trip with their father in tennessee. they were supposed to return december 24th. but they never came back. earlier tonight, their mother made a desperate plea on our show. >> children, please call mommy. you know my phone number. i've taught you how to do it. if daddy doesn't have a phone, ask anybody you see, everybody you see has a phone. you can ask anybody. remember my number and call mommy's number. you can ask people at stores. you can ask people at the gas station. you can ask people anywhere you see. you need to call mommy. they will help you. anybody will help you. call mommy. >> just minutes after that interview tonight, the boys called their mother. told her they were safe and that they were in austin, texas. police there tell cnn that someone at a hotel recognized the boys from the amber alert on our program. and contacted police. here's austin police just moments ago. >> the law enforcement community nati
on cnn. theresa nash came on tv to make a plea to find her two young boys. a nationwide search was underway to locate ben and henry, they were on a holiday trip with their father in tennessee, they were supposed to return to georgia on december 24th, they never came back. during our live interview last night, theresa made a desperate plea for help in finding her sons. minutes after that interview, the boys called their mother, told her they were safe and that they were in austin, texas. police there tell cnn that someone at a hotel recognized the boy from the amber alert and our program and contacted police. theresa jumped on a plane to texas and was reunited with her sons just hours later. theresa and her sons have returned and they came here to our couch to share their story. she has not told them everything. but here's how our conversation went. >> tell us what happened at the hotel. >> we tried calling her, but it went to -- it seemed like her phone was shut off. and there was no -- it didn't turn -- it didn't answer. >> right. >> and then the man came in and said what? >>
was only suffering from minor injuries. >>> friends say theresa cordova was trying to shield her children as bullets came through the walls of the bethel church monday night. they spoke about her events. >> she was trying to protect the children and that's why the bullets did not hurt her. >> she is expected to recover. a man outside the church is also in stable condition. witnesses say they do not believe the church was wantsable for the shooting. >>> police say he lit his home on fire to kill firefighters. the chief read chilling details about his plans. >> i still have to see how much of a neighborhood i can burn down and do what i like doing best, killing people. >> police say the note did not indicate his owe thetive. it included a semiautomatic rifle, the one that was used in newtown connecticut shooting. >>> gina was intoxicated last thursday when she drove her car into a death of four pedestrians. two other people are hurt but are expected to survive. >>> they shut town treat. it was near the corner of third and mission street and that area was closed to traffic for a while so cre
is theresa gwen and work at the institute of aging and this program has been around since 1981. we started the first multi-disciplinary team in the country on the issue of elder abuse and we have continued this legacy by having one of the first elder abuse centers in the country so we're one of four. one is being started in new york and one is being started in hawaii modeled on our center as well. i am pleased to be here today. thank you for the opportunity to speak to you all of you and i am privileged to be on the council as well and remind people elders are part of families too. i think elder abuse gets lost in the conversation and that's the voice i am trying to hold here today. >> and one of the -- i think many opportunities that the family violence council offers the city, both city government and providers and want public is to be a place where all of the data can be gather the and shared at once and it's fairly unprecedented just like you said commissioner about being a historic meeting this evening. we think having all of the data together on these three groups to really paint
that one. >> theresa and her kids are now healthy and food safety advocates. >> remember, we all have to eat. >> and they say nobody should have to fear what they eat. >> ama: a company that tracks food recalls says there war 414 last quarter, the highest level in two years. >> the annual lists are released. one of the first, yale law school's lest of the-year-old's most memorable quotees. romney'm's comments about 47% of the pop population list, followed by his binder full of women. president obama made the list for, you didn't build that quote, about how people who built businesses had help from others. >> let's get a check on our forecast as we head into the work week. >> it's looking beautiful for the work week. we're not expecting the same record high temperatures we saw today. we'llÑç continue with the mild trend. a live look from the east bay hills camera looking back toward san francisco. you can see the camera bouncing around. those are the winds, the offshore flow, northeasterly winds that brought the warmth from the inland valleys to the coastal areas today. here's how mi
: theresa killen decorates porcelain in a japanese factory. it specializes in a style known as kitani ware, famous for its many colors and bold designs. usually keller works out of augarten porcelain factory in vienna. it is europe's second oldest, founded in the early 18th century. keller is augaten's youngest master painter, but she's traveled to ishikawa prefecture, the home of kitani-style porcelain, to learn how it's painted. >> there are some differences, and it's very interesting to learn and to see and to get more inspiration. for working at home. >> reporter: keller's first stop is the workshop of the popular kitani-ware painter buz buzan fukushima. here, she can take a close look at his elaborate brushwork adorning the ceramics. keller was surprised that even for fine lines kitani artists used brushes. the austrians use a kind of metallic pen. >> everything's brush. >> brush. many, many brush. >> also for the small -- >> also so. there brush. all brush. >> oh. >> next artist ayako minami showed keller how to use pigment the kitani way. the artist used special methods for the five
for some light rain showers moving through that particular area. you can see near santa theresa boulevard hit and miss activity. it was crazy earlier today. look at the rainfall, four inches in some parts. mount st. helena, two inches. inch and a half in half moon bay and close to an inch for san jose. is this it? is there any more out there? we'll take a look at seven-day forecast coming up. >> ama: one of the biggest trouble spots is where parts of the creek is threatening to overflow the banks, it runs through east palo alto and menlo park and palo alto. they have been calling them warning of potential flooding in the area. at least several hundred people of east palo alto along university avenue have lost their homes. police officers are driving along neighboring streets and broadcasting warnings to residents. creek is already at least four feet above flood stage. the creek is likely to overflow its banks near the creek bridge. free sandbags are available at airport terminal and also the little league field. >>> in the north bay, heavy rain contributed to this watery mess along highwa
the elementary school. theresa garcia, cbs news. >> some of holiday's celebrities are putting their faces and feelings on the gun violence. >> as a human being. >> for the children of sandy hook. >> demand a plan. >> no more lists of names. >> it's not too soon. >> it's too late. >> now is the time. >> before we all know someone who loves someone on that list. >> no more lists. >> the demand a plan campaign appeared just hours after the nra suggested armed guards in every american school. >>> and a similar protest today in san francisco. gun-control advocates read the names of the young victims of the sandy hook school shooting. one by one, they laid down in justin herman plaza. the official mourning period ends tonight at midnight and flags that have been flown at half mast are being raised again. >>> at one game stop store in san francisco, a couple of shoppers told us they're staying away from violent video games because there's just too much violence in their community as it is. instead, they're focusing on educating kids about the games they play. >> as parents and as just the commun
to the outside of evergreen. also right around santa theresa boulevard. out toward morgan hill. nothing to major but around 101, wet pavement here, out toward oakland avenue and hill road. moving the maps here closer to palo alto. this has been developing over the past few minutes, especially that yellow shade. heavier rain toward there, deploy some of the roadways here. the labels toward university avenue and forest avenue. moving the maps up north this is a new development, south san francisco around sfo. moving out to the south and east of the city. over the north bay not as much coverage but still a few spotty showers, being detectedda across parts of the north bay. nothing to major. out to the east a winter storm warning in place for the sierra. still significant snow and still chain controls, that winter storm warning in place until 11:00 as we head into tomorrow. the snow fall will taper off. upper 40s, these are basically the afternoon highs, warm up over the next couple hours, here is the overall weather pattern. cold, unstable air mass, more showers for today but into thursday a break.
alight oak zebra cherry, black. we take a phone call from to reset in alabama--to resel to--theresa in alabama >>caller: hello i ordered 13 years ago without a mirror on the inside. --i ordered one 30 year is a del it is not have the mirror inside. i already filled it up and and ordering a second one. >>host: estimate how many pieces of jewelry you have? >>caller: there would be no way to tell you, i out hundreds. i have hundreds. my rings and earrings are completely false. have pockets where i keep my costume jewelry did you see it i can leave myc13 without my makeup but not without my >>host: is this as solid as we say? >>guest: it is better. >>host: this is what happens when it is made in the united states. >>guest: thank you happy holidays. that was theresa which would bring you getting today? >>guest: this is something you will use every day. this takes a while to get there. you really need to jump onto this i promise you are going to totally love this. of the hardest part is getting this out of the box.the fun begins when you start to load at this up. you start to ope
recognized the boy from the amber alert and our program and contacted police. theresa jumped on a plane to texas and was reunited with her sons just hours later. theresa and her sons have returned and they came here to our couch to share their story. she has not told them everything. but here's how our conversation went. >> tell us what happened at the hotel. >> we tried calling her, but it went to -- it seemed like her phone was shut off. and there was no -- it didn't turn -- it didn't answer. >> right. >> and then the man came in and said what? >> i forget. what man? >> the man came in and said, we've been looking for you everywhere? >> yeah. >> what happened? >> he said, we've been looking for you everywhere, and he showed us how much my mom loved us. he put on -- he got his phone out and showed us on the internet. >> and then you called your mom? >> yes, we called our mom. >> who called? who spoke first? >> me. >> what did you say? >> i forgot. >> you saed,id, yay! >> did you miss mommy all that time? >> very much. >> we didn't know. we had no idea, we didn't know. so we were kind o
's clear in sandy hook the same thing is happening there. >> theresa and dave, let me return to you. a.j. boik was your son. he was your nephew, dave. the president of the united states said last night that there are four outrages now on his watch involving mass shootings. he's got to do something. i know you met with the president after what happened in aurora. what did he say to you then, dave, and what happened? >> we were all gathered in aurora, and we were sitting in the room, waiting for the president to arrive. and he walked in and gracious. it was a very positive meeting. but he started it out with i'm not here as the president. i'm here as a father. i'm here as a parent. my children go to the movies. we need to make a change. we need to be holding our elected officials accountable. we need to make positive change because it's too late for a.j., but there are other children throughout that are going to be affected if we don't do something about it. and to throw our hands up and to walk away from this issue is like saying it's okay that this happened. we aren't going to do anyth
with those marines. he took leave the first of july and secretly married theresa. july 10 was the last time i saw him. he arrived in afghanistan the end of july and wrote these final words in his journal on august 2. mom, dad, i can never repay you for all you have done for me. you made me into the man i am today. i hope that i have made you proud. that has always been my goal. i love you both so much. tell the girls i love them and couldn't be prouder older brother. i have always tried to be an honorable man and i truly believe in what we are doing here. i am doing this for my family so that they need not fear. my country so that can be a beacon of light for the entire world. the men around me because no one could ask for it better company than the u.s. armed forces and finally, i do this for myself so that i might know the measure of myself and in and not be found wanting. i believe that it is my duty to fight and having done all that i can to simply stand against this and all the evil work that is upon this earth. he called me on the fifth and said, the people are so nice and the kids are
. finally, i want to thank theresa. as someone who came to this country as an immigrant, she understands the shining values that america represents to the world. as a former interpreter at the united nations muggies, she appreciates how our interests can be advanced in partnership with others, to raise a thank you so much for being john's partner in this next endeavor. i have to say, i think i speak for john and joe and myself, you know, we just left danny inouye's funeral, a man who exetchfied the very best of the u.s. senate tradition and so i know that john, it won't be ease where i to leave the senate that you love. and i think it's fair to say there will be great challenges ahead. an uncertain world will continue to test our nation. even with all the challenges that you face, i have never been more confident, more optimistic, than if we act with wisdom and with purpose and we're guided by our values and we remind what binds us together as americans, the united states will continue to lead ms world for our lifetimes. john, i'm very grateful that you agreed to take on this new assignm
through until now. until we're actually going through it too. >> david and theresa corfee never imagined their family homeless. together, they were making about $40 an hour detailing expensive cars. there was a three-bedroom home, vacations, extras for the kids, but both jobs went, and then the house. evicted, they found that the homeless shelters wanted to split their family up, boys and girls. >> that was definitely something that i wasn't gonna have, was being separated at a time like this. i figure at a time like this that we needed to be together more than anything. >> so david, theresa, destiny, jorge, and chance, moved into their van. >> george climbed up here on the back seat, and destiny and chance here. >> i was embarrassed that, like, maybe one of my friends might see me. i don't want anybody to know that i was actually in there. >> where was the van parked? >> it was at a walmart. >> we would actually go in walmart and clean ourself up before we go to school. >> yeah, in the bathrooms. >> save some money. >> how would you do that? >> i would, like, wash my face, and, like, ta
, he was there, i know ter theresa sparks was there, i was so proud of san francisco in being there because the superintendent, he's, you can tell he's a teacher because he took control of that room. there was a thousand people in that room, he had them all raise their hands to quiet them down, it was beautiful. you could see the teacher in him. but i was so proud of being in san francisco because the kids -- kids are kids -- they were warned, you need to be respectful, you need to be respectful of the children that are being depicted in this film, please don't laugh at inappropriate moments, that kind of thing, and the kids were great. the kids were silent and crying when things were really tough and when things were going well for the kids depicted in the film they were cheering. it was a really, really wonderful moment. it was a wonderful way to start off this summit. i'm sure our superintendent will be talking about that. so i want to turn to him, our wonderful san francisco suplt of schools, richard karutz is here with us. richard began his appointment as superinte
. and so i want to just thank everyone for this collaboration, i know our human rights commission, theresa, is here, i know commissioner is here as well and all of the bay area to work together to utilize the resources that our justice department is offering. their guidance and leadership as well, and to note that it can happen to any group. if you've heard what we're trying to do here, i know other mayors across this bay area are trying to do, we're trying to unleash the talent and creativeness of all of our communities not to succumb to things that will suppress that talent and in order to do that, you've got to really erase these barriers that are created sometimes by our own ignorance and sometimes by what people think are playful things and yet they are very, very hurtful and they become worse and worse. so that's what lee hirsch's film was really all about. he's taken 5 families and he's documented it and yesterday over 3,000 of our students had a chance to view and many of them i think cried because they know it's happening in their own school site. and just because we get a label
will acknowledge theresa who works on my staff as chronic absteism and involved with the oakland school district and i partner with tony smith and this man brought innovation to the oakland school district which has a lot of challenges which he may go into. i won't. so i really echo what jeff said about soft or hard power but let me tell you from my standpoint. i have a nephew who was in school and was bullied and there were sexual overtones to it and the result is he left the school and i spent time working with the school and my district and it wasn't my area and educate them about what bullying meant and in the most heinous way described to them and it went no where and that gave me the lesson in life we have children that are in fear when they go to school so they don't go and my priority is to have safe schools and they can be educated and create their path to a successful future and it's a healthy environment and bullying prevents that for so many kids. when terreesa and i addressed issues around truancies and one of the common themes and i saw this before with sexually exploited cases
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